Cities are usually designed as a conquest of an indentity. Thus, this approach is leading to offset people’s personality for reducing inhabitant’s meaning of life to solely the capacity to move in city’s meanders.


This paradigm enforces moral interpretation models which order the causes of individual destructuration. The contemporary city bears paradox. It both can integrate and exclude its inhabitants.


Those paintings represent landscapes, specifically the more urbanised ones of mega-cities for stressing the society budding of overcrowded territories, slums and lands of unfairness.


Those satellite views with spotted GIS codes and melted colours are advocating about that anonymous status, this weariness and this individual lost in a big collective nothing.